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Practical Activities for ESL Students

A 'how-to' resource for primary teachers

A practical 'how to' resource for primary teachers who have ESL students in their classrooms.

  • Helps teachers to adapt typical classroom learning experiences, and allows students to be more fully immersed in the language models of their peers, while at the same time learning critical English content.
  • Shows students how to learn the key words, phrases and ideas associated with school life, home life and the important business of getting along with others and fitting in.

Ages: 5-12 | Pages: 90 | Code: TS0294 | ISBN: 9781921613234

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Anne Vize

Anne Vize specialises in writing for children and young people who learn in different and unique ways. She is a special educator and writer from Melbourne and works to develop print and digital resources for children, their teachers and supporters. She works in the vocational sector developing learning resources for training providers and creates freelance content to support the new vocational major curriculum in Victoria. Anne is fortunate to be able to divide her time between writing and exploring the wonders of sailing and windsurfing on the stunning Port Phillip Bay.


About this book4
What’s inside?4
Learning English5
Varying experiences5
What’s in a language6
Australian Aboriginal languages7
Problem areas for ESL students7
Balancing language and social needs9
Linking with other professionals9
Using technology10
1. How to be ready for school11
2. How to organise your school work19
3. How to use technology27
4. How to get along with other people35
5. How to use the library43
6. How to use public transport51
7. How to go shopping59
8. How to be healthy67
9. How to join a club or group75
Quizzes and puzzles83